Metro is in the process of removing 4000-series cars from its mainline tracks.
AAA is projecting that 1.3 million Virginians will travel 50 miles or more from home for the Thanksgiving holiday, the most travelers in Virginia since 2007.
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority is testing technology to make the tracks safer for its workers who fix and maintain the system.
One day you may be able to ride a DC Streetcar all the way to Georgetown. News 4 Transportation Reporter Adam Tuss has more about the expansion plans and what bold prediction planners are making.
Last year, 75 pedestrians and bicyclists were killed in crashes in the D.C. area. Now a regional effort is underway to keep everyone safe. News4's Molette Green reports.
D.C.'s streetcars have only been in service since February but there's already talk about expanding the system to Georgetown.
While excitement for the opening of MGM National Harbor builds, so does concern about traffic in the area.
A Montgomery County Council panel is holding work sessions on a proposed special appropriation of $8 million to expand the current road resurfacing program and to install solar panels at county agency facilitie...
Maryland transportation leaders are considering tolls to help with traffic in D.C.’s suburbs.
Southbound MARC trains on the Penn Line are running 15 to 30 minutes late Tuesday morning, and several trains are canceled.